The Fourth Circuit hasn’t ruled yet, but the D.C. NFL team is already appealing to the Supreme Court in order to hop on a similar case. Which is fair, since they’ve been two sides of the same coin for their entire duration.
While many continue to wait with growing impatience for the U.S. Department of Justice to finally issue regulations governing website accessibility for businesses under Title III of the ADA, DOJ has just launched a new online resource for those interested in staying abreast of developments in the overall area of accessible technology.
Deflategate and the NFL’s suspension of quarterback Tom Brady for 4 games has been the NFL’s biggest news story of the past two years.
As described in the previous blog existing domestic legislation in the remaining 27 Member States of the EU (“EU 27”) would need to be reconsidered by domestic legislators and be amended, depending on both domestic needs and any requirements arising under the negotiations between the UK and the remaining EU27 Member States.
Uber Aims to Settle Two Class Actions; Approximately 385,000 Uber Drivers in California and Massachusetts to Remain Independent Contractors – at Least for Now
Last Thursday, Uber settled two closely-watched class actions contesting Uber’s classification of approximately 385,000 drivers in California and Massachusetts as independent contractors as opposed to employees.
Attorneys often research adverse parties online to obtain potentially useful—and publicly available—evidence for use in a case.
Adding his voice to the voices of other state attorneys general around the country who have addressed the issue recently, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton issued an opinion (No. KP-0057) on January 19, 2016, considering the legality of paid fantasy sports leagues such as DraftKings.com and FanDuel.com under state law – in this case, Texas state law.
The owners of the Washington Redskins NFL team have petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court to hear their trademark cancellation appeal, even though the Fourth Circuit has yet to rule on the team’s case.
I meet a lot of foreigners skipping through China on business.
The recently introduced “Brokaw Act” that proposes changes to the rules governing the reporting of ownership in U.S. public companies would expand the definition of “beneficial owner” to include any person with a “pecuniary or indirect pecuniary interest”, including through derivatives, in a particular security (borrowing the concept from the SEC’s insider reporting regime, which captures the “opportunity to profit” from transactions related to the relevant security).